The very day Covid restrictions are eased in England what happens? Exactly, I test positive. I woke this morning headachy; coughing and bunged up. So I took a test just to be on the safe side. Hey presto and while isolation is no longer mandatory I will certainly remain aloof in my Hermit’s Cave overContinue reading “The (RE)Order of the Boot”
High up in my Hermit’s Cave I have a clear view of The Cotswolds. More exactly, a clear view of the northern escarpment that rises south of Stratford upon Avon and runs south westerly towards Cheltenham. Rising some five hundred feet in places, It separates the alluvial Vale of Evesham from the high Cotswold plateau;Continue reading “Scaling The Cotswolds.”
I’m sure you remember Desperate Dan, that heroic Wild West character from The Dandy, who could lift a cow one handed. If so, you will remember his favourite food, Desperate Dan’s Cow Pie with it’s horns poking through the pastry topping. Now, at pubs like the Little Lark in Studley we can all enjoy DesperateContinue reading “Desperate Dan’s Christmas Walk”
The Onny Trail winds through a shallow valley following the course of the River Onny; the road between Craven Arms and Bishops Castle and the remains of a railway line. The three, intertwined sinuously, cross and recross each other through the south Shropshire hills towards Bishops Castle.
How I offered advice with muddy results. A great walk near Alcester
WordPress have just messaged me to say that my blog has just welcomed its one thousandth visitor. That is incredible. Only a few months ago I had no idea how to develop a website of any sort, (Indeed, some would say I still don’t) and now it seems to be building a bit of aContinue reading “The Hermits Cave Racks Up 1,000 Visitors”